Hassle-free loans for IT education offered
KARACHI- The Arena Multimedia has offered hassle free loan facility to students for information technology (IT) education.
Anyone can apply for the loan as the process to avail the facility is very simple and does not involve unnecessary documentation.
The institution stated that keeping in view the economic situation and to make the students’ lives easier, it was decided to initiate the unique facility for those want to make their careers in multimedia and IT but could not afford it due to higher fee structure of quality education.
The candidates can avail the loans for different programmes. If they want a loan for six month or one-year course, they can pay back in one or two years time in easily installments. Students can pay some amount during their study period and the rest while on job as Arena graduates immediately get employment.
The idea behind this loan scheme is to encourage people to enter the IT field and acquire high quality education that should enable them to earn well and lead a successful life.
CTC: Industrialist Khalid Amin is launching one of the largest IT institute of Pakistan called City Technology Center (CTC) in Gulshan-e-Iqbal.
The building is constructed on 70,000 sq ft area on international standard and is fully air-conditioned. The CTC is a modem purpose built institute and has big labs equipped with 500 latest computers. It also houses a multimedia research lab equipped with top of the line multimedia.
Khalid assured that the best education facility in line with the world IT educational programmes will be provided on nominal charges to the students. He also informed that scholarship facility would be available to deserving and distinguishing students. To start its function the CTC is launching Operation Badar with an objective of providing very high quality electronic commerce and web services development education at very low cost to the students and professionals.
The organizers of Operation Badar XII have no financial interest in this programme. The nominal fee charged to the students would be used to cover the cost, of utilities, computer lab facilities, teaching etc.
The programme will cover innovative technologies that are emerging as industry standards for web services development: JAVA, C#, XML and UML.
KIIT: Classes of BSc (Hons) and MSc Software development courses in the Karachi Institute of Information Technology (KIIT) will commence from October 29.
Tests for foundation courses of BSc (Hons) and interviews of MSc software development courses were conducted and lists of successful candidates have already been exhibited on the notice boards of the KIIT. Selected students have been advised to arrange to attend classes according to programme.
MAJU: The Muhammad All Jinnah University (MAJU) team has captured first position in the all Pakistan programming and software contest. The Fast Institute organized the contest and 18 universities and institutions of the country participated. The contesting participants were given limited time to resolve the problems of computer programming. The team members of the MAJU comprised Farhan Jamal Khan. Ali Daniyal and Sajjad, Hussain.
Source: The News